Strategies for using The Change Agent to Teach Online


This webinar excerpt is a lightning talk from part 12 of the EdTech Center’s Distance Ed Strategy Session series recorded on June 26th, 2020. Riva Pearson, from JVS Hyde Park ESOL Program, shared remote reading instructional strategies for using articles for The Change Agent, a biannual magazine of student writing published by the New England Literacy Resource Center (NELRC) at World Education.

Learn about her strategies by watching the clip below!


Webinar: Using the “Pandemic” issue of The Change Agent in the Classroom

Watch a FREE one-hour webinar about our new issue of The Change Agent on the pandemic. This issue is full of powerful, multi-level writings by students about how they are coping with the virus at home, in their communities, and at work. Activities and discussion questions aligned to the College and Career Readiness Standards make this classroom-ready, and our online features (including audio versions of articles) make this a great resource for distance learning. View below:

Access “Talking About Race” for Free!


Racial discrimination in the U.S. is a 400-year-old problem that has recently exploded into public consciousness once again. All of our issues include a racial equity dimension, but the “Talking About Race” issue has especially strong resources for talking about race in the classroom. Thanks to some extra funding, we are making this issue FREE for a full year. To access it, please sign up here.